¡Abracadabra!

La Palma. Islas Canarias. España.

Ese momento que te cruzas con alguien y…

finofilipino:

…acabas bailando un Vals

quevidamastriste:

- Déjame el flequillo como te dije

quevidamastriste:

- Déjame el flequillo como te dije

sheshiepie:

sdelabelle:

pessimistic-wholock:

I’m so turned on by these pictures.

wow

As long as the vashta nerada aren’t there I am happy

marvelandia:

supershanee:

lushious:

Thank you for being a friend
Travelled down the road and back again

Super Golden Friends

marvelandia

Please don’t make me reblog more DC….

welele:

Hablando de cosas irrelevantes…podéis dar vuestra opinión

Suiza.

staceythinx:

Timée by artist Guillaume Marmin and musician Philippe Gordiani is an installation that re-imagines the universe as a sonic solar system. It was inspired by the ancient theory of the Music of the Spheres, which combined geometry, astronomy, and music into a single unified theory of the universe.

About the project:

Guillaume and Philippe discussed their vision with Isabelle Vauglin, astronomer at the CRAL. Even though Plato’s concept has been proven wrong for centuries, this idea still supplies us with a poetic reading of the cosmos. Although we know today that there is no matter in space to convey sound, we can nonetheless find bridges between astronomy and music. Astrophysicists study the frequencies of planets to keep track of their evolution and if one translates these frequencies up by 15 octaves they become perceptible to human ears. A computer or a theremin can now enable us to listen to the sound of a planet: a new Music of the Spheres.

You can see more of the installation in this video:

Timée from Ecran Total on Vimeo.

finofilipino:

Curiosa ilusión óptica con chocolate.

welele:

Fuck the university police

welele:

Fuck the university police